Pure romance is in the air this winter. As we're greeted by the dawn of 2010, it's easy to wonder what will happen this Valentine's Day. Instead of wondering, let's make the best of the night whether we're spending it with friends, a sweetheart, or a good book.
Cupid is taking aim this winter and is ready to make this romantic season memorable. Wedding And Party Network is going to help him out (and you as well) with these fun tips for an enjoyable Valentine's Day.
First, decide who will be your company for the evening. For couples, this is an easy one. If you're part of a one-man show, don't feel left out! Valentine's Day isn't just about celebrating a relationship, it's about celebrating love. Here are some suggestions for the evening, whatever your relationship status:
Single: Host a singles-only mixer or "Singles Awareness Day (SAD)" party friends. (Guys Only/Girls Only is a great excuse for some down time with your friends)
Casually Dating: Play up the clichés. Want to move to the next level this day? Personalize your dinner-and-a-movie date with something that your date will find special; a reflection of your feelings is always apropos.
Committed: Be creative! Talk with her friends and family for ideas. They'll know what romantic gesture suits her. The notion of "out of your way to show me you love me" is what tops it off—not just the candy.
Married: If it's a new marriage, being creative is simple. You're still fresh with ideas. After a few years, find a way to show her that the romance is still alive in your relationship. You can bank on that he or she wants to be sure of this.
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